Mainstreet Unveils Plans to Build, Operate $21.9M Skilled Nursing Facility in Phoenix

by Jeff Shaw

PHOENIX — Mainstreet, a skilled nursing developer based in Indiana, has announced its plans for a skilled nursing facility in Phoenix.

It was announced earlier in March that Mainstreet had bought a plot in West Phoenix’s Algodon Medical Office Park for $1.7 million. The company has now released its plan to build a $21.9 million skilled nursing facility on the land.

The facility will feature 94 beds in a 67,697-square-foot building, and offer assisted living in addition to skilled nursing.

When completed in early 2017, it will be the first community managed by Mainstreet Health, Mainstreet’s new operational arm.

In conjunction with the plans, Mainstreet Health hired Sonja Nelson as vice president of strategy and business development for Arizona. She will be responsible for developing the provider and payer relationships for this and any future Mainstreet developments in the state. She most recently served as director of strategy and planning for Banner Health.

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